Musician and painter Joseph Arthur will release his new album The Family on June 3 via True North Records. He's got various pre-order options, including one of his paintings which was specifically made to accompany the album's single "You Keep Hanging On." It's a nice dose of mid-tempo piano pop, and its video premieres in this post.

The whole album was written on Joseph's Steinway Vertegrand piano, and he produced, recorded and performed the whole thing himself, including the drums, guitars, synths and more. Check out the tracklist, album art, and the "You Keep Hanging On" painting, below.

Joseph also begins an international tour in Paris this Saturday (4/16) and comes to NYC soon after for a show on April 22 at the Rubin Museum of Art. The show goes from 7-8:30 PM, and it's part of the venue's Naked Soul series, which "presents performances from some of the country’s top singer/songwriters without microphones or amplifiers, as if the music were, acoustically speaking, naked." Tickets are on sale now (and they're a bit cheaper if you're a museum member). All dates are listed below.

--

Tracklist:
“The Family”
“Sister Dawn”
“With Your Life”
“They Called Him Lightning”
“When I Look at You”
“Wishing Well”
“Machines of War”
“Ethel Was Born”
“You Wear Me Out”
“Hold on Jerry”
“You Keep Hanging On”
“The Flag”
“Daddy, The War Machine”

Joseph Arthur -- 2016 Tour Dates
April 16 Paris, France Le Trianon
April 17 London, UK Borderline
April 20 Bridgeport, CT The Acoustic
April 21 Sellersville, PA Sellersville Theater
April 22 New York, NY Rubin Museum of Art
May 16 Los Angeles, CA The Troubadour
May 17 San Diego, CA Music Box
May 19 Seattle, WA The Triple Door
May 21 Vancouver, BC The Cobalt
May 23 Portland, OR Alberta Rose Theater
June 5 Madrid, Spain Café Berlin
June 6 Barcelona, Spain Side Car
June 8 Hamburg, Germany Knust
June 9 Berlin, Germany Gruner Salon
June 10 Munich, Germany Strom
June 11 Cologne, Germany Luzor
June 13 Amsterdam, Netherlands De Vondelkerk
June 14 Antwerp, Belgium Bourla
June 16 Zurich, Switzerland Exil